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File #: 19-1432    Version: 1 Name: Salary Resolution Amendments - Information Technology Management
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 10/15/2019 In control: Human Resources
On agenda: 11/5/2019 Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #: Salary Resolution No. 19-037
Title: Implement new information technology management classifications, and place affected incumbents into these classifications, effective November 4, 2019, as reflected on Appendix "C".
Attachments: 1. Agenda Item, 2. Salary Resolution No. 19-037
DATE: November 5, 2019

TO: Board of Supervisors

SUBMITTED BY: Paul Nerland, Director of Human Resources

SUBJECT: Salary Resolution Amendments - Information Technology Management

RECOMMENDED ACTION(S):
TITLE
Implement new information technology management classifications, and place affected incumbents into these classifications, effective November 4, 2019, as reflected on Appendix "C".
REPORT
Approval of the recommended action would authorize the Department of Human Resources (HR) to implement updated information technology (IT) management classifications consistent with functions currently performed by incumbents in County departments, based on findings of a classification review conducted by HR.

ALTERNATIVE ACTION(S):

If your Board were not to approve the recommended action, current IT management classifications and specifications would remain unchanged and County departments may not be able to provide the most effective and timely services to internal and external customers.

FISCAL IMPACT:

The total estimated annualized cost of the recommended action for FY 19-20 in County Clerk - Elections (Org 2850), Public Works and Planning (Org 43652000), Probation (Org 34300700), Department of Social Services (Org 5610) and Department of Child Support Services (Org 5110) is $79,015; $31,067 of which is Net County Cost.

DISCUSSION:

In consultation with County departments, HR has evaluated IT management positions to address business needs, update current job specifications and develop new classifications, and ensure incumbents are functioning appropriately within the County's classification system. The analysis focused on identifying unique allocation factors and distinguishing characteristics of decentralized IT management classifications currently allocated to County departments. The proposed Salary Resolution Amendments will serve to create a more effective IT management structure and facilitate IT service delivery to County departments and customers.

The fo...

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